The beloved Disney Princess classics will come alive this fall in a new game for the Nintendo DS/DSi and Wii called Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks. Using the touchscreen of the DS or the uDraw GameTablet for hte Wii, players will navigate an open-ended creative adventure through the timeless tales featuring their favorite Disney princesses.
Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks is scheduled for release Nov. 1.
Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks invites players to engage in an array of stylus-based activities, including number-painting stages, unique tilt-painting games, and even coloring-book pages that narrate the classic stories aloud.
Filled with numerous activities designed for girls on the uDraw GameTablet, Enchanting Storybooks introduces players to a brand-new character, Opal, the fairy tasked with coloring magical kingdoms every year. But this time, Opal’s spell has gone awry, and instead she has accidentally taken all the color away. It’s up to players to help her restore the brilliant luster to the fairytale realms using their uDraw and Nintendo DS stylus.
As they are guided through each storybook, players will also express themselves with games like the sticker-book activity mode and musical tune-up activities – all of which incorporate the classic tales of Ariel from The Little Mermaid; Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Jasmine from Aladdin, Tiana from The Princess and the Frog and, appearing as a Disney Princess for the first time in a video game, Rapunzel from Tangled. Snow White will also appear in unlockable coloring-book pages.
Disney Princess: Enchanting Storybooks also features six unlockable magical tools that add to players’ creativity through the game, including Belle’s Rose Petal Crayon and Rapunzel’s Watercolor Brush. Throughout the experience, players will be challenged by “tilt-a-maze” games along with additional musical features that include follow-the-rhythm, magic search and spot-the-difference games.